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Re: [cr-birding] Colour-ringed Common Shelduck

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  • Date Lutterop
    Apologies accepted of course! Thanks for the quick answer and all the best for 2010 as well. I look forward to the ringing data of this Shelduck. Date
    Message 1 of 3 , Jan 5, 2010
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      Apologies accepted of course! Thanks for the quick answer and all the
      best for 2010 as well. I look forward to the ringing data of this Shelduck.

      Date

      Richard Hearn schreef:
      > Hi Date
      >
      > I am here! Apologies for the delay; I was abroad for most of Nov and
      > Dec so have a large email backlog, and am not back in the office until
      > next Monday, but I should be able to deal with this shortly after then.
      >
      > Thanks for your patience!
      >
      > Best wishes
      > Rich
      >
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      > *From:* Date Lutterop <d.lutterop@...>
      > *To:* cr-birding@yahoogroups.com
      > *Sent:* Tue, 5 January, 2010 14:48:55
      > *Subject:* [cr-birding] Colour-ringed Common Shelduck
      >
      >
      >
      > Hello,
      >
      > On the 15-th of october 2009 we sent the following mail to Richard
      > Hearn. Until now we did not get an answer from him. Can anybody at this
      > forum help us?
      >
      > ************ ********* ********* *********
      > ************ ********* ********* *********
      >
      > On the 5-th of october 2009 we saw a colour-banded Shelduck at the Dutch
      > wadden sea island of Griend (5315N 0515E).
      >
      > We could not trace the combination of rings on the bird. The site of
      > Dirk Raes did not give us a clue as well. Maybe you are able to identify
      > this bird?
      >
      > On the left tarsus there was a white colour-ring with a black 1 (one) on
      > it. underneath the white ring was a metal ring.
      > On the right tarsus there was a bright yellow colour-ring with no
      > inscription visible.
      > The yellow ring was as high as the white + metal ring together.
      >
      > Te bird was foraging on the beach and probably it was a male.
      >
      > We hope you can help us or guide us into the right direction in
      > identifying this bird.
      >
      > Thank you very much,
      >
      > Date Lutterop
      > Giny Kasemir
      > Bird wardens Griend
      >
      >
      >
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